"Serving With Everlasting Life in View," audio lecture by Charles Sunutko, District Overseer of Jehovah's Witnesses in Spring, 1967. Delivered at a convention of Jehovah's Witnesses in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Highlights the year 1975 as being marked in Biblical chronology. Sunutko was a traveling representative of the Watchtower Society.
(see pages 29 and 30 for the "appropriateness" for this "great Jubilee sabbath" beginning in 1975.)
September 30, 2010 Subject:
I didn't hear any promises
I listened intently to this discourse and frankly, this guy never promised that the world would end in 1975. He used the word
!!!!!!!!!!!!!POSSIBLY!!!!!!!! the system would end. Any pretense that he or the Watchtower said the world would end in 1975 is not found in the discourse nor is it found in the 1967 Watchtower page 262...go see for yourself!
April 30, 2009 Subject:
It absolutely blows my mind that so many people follow this cult after so many broken promises, and the disgusting fantasies of destruction and torture of non-Witness human beings at the hands of their "loving God".
I rated this five-stars, not because of the contents of the speech, but because these archives of the Watchtower's ever-changing and dubious beliefs are an important part of history. Future generations of JW's will have to look back at their roots and wonder what in the world was going through their heads, all while they were claiming to be the chosen channel of god on earth.